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Podcast: Revisiting The Golden Age – ‘The Lady Vanishes’ (1938) feat. Jesse Nussman

Revisiting The Golden Age Episode 4: “The Lady Vanishes” (1938) feat. Jesse Nussman

Film Inquiry critic Jesse Nussman and host Josh Martin hop across the pond to discuss the last of Alfred Hitchcock’s British films, 1938’s The Lady Vanishes. Jesse and Josh break down the politics, style, and enduring legacy of this classic film and situate it within Hitchcock’s iconic body of work. 

Follow Jesse on Twitter and Letterboxd (@JesseNussman) and check out “The Latest,” Jesse’s podcast on the Film Inquiry Podcast Network.  

Follow Josh on Twitter and Letterboxd (@MartinOnMovies) and check out his work at Film Inquiry, Inside The Film Room, and Aspect: Journal of Film and Media Studies.

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